There are many other commercial services available for LL.M. students and graduates, and the list in this posting is not an endorsement for (or against!) any of these services. Ask other LL.M. graduates, professors, and others for advice on choosing the Bar Prep course that suits your needs!
Some U.S. law schools offer LL.M. students special Bar Preparation classes and other resources. Before you enroll in your LL.M. program, ask your school if its LL.M. program will help you prepare for a U.S. Bar Exam, and how it will help you.
If you want to sit for the Bar in New York, California, or other states, please carefully explore all requirements! Each state has different Bar Exam rules!
Some states let you sit for the Bar Exam only if your school's LL.M. program meets very specific standards. If your school does not meet those standards, than you cannot sit for the Bar Exam. If you want to sit for a Bar Exam, you should explore requirements before you choose your LL.M. program.
A great place to check each state's requirements is the Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements 2013, which is prepared by the National Conference of Bar Examiners and the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
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A good place to start your exploration is the Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements 2013. A picture of the front cover of the Guide is below. Click the cover for access to the Guide.